Peachtree City

Where’s Citizen scorn for gateway bridge?

Please tell me how the city’s incessant drumbeat request for funding of the “gateway bridge” has escaped resounding scorn and ridicule by [The Citizen].

Were you (or a representative) not at the County Commission meeting in January where the city’s mayor and engineer unabashedly and candidly admitted to missing the federally mandated deadline for final funding request submission? Did you not hear them cavalierly state that the city’s submission was several weeks past the more than once communicated submission deadline? Read More»

Frady, Horgan and Hearn continue to tune out voter complaints

Commissioner Frady thinks the public comment portion of the commissioners meetings should be moved to the end of the meeting. He claims the people are boisterous and that Boy Scouts sometimes are in attendance. He has got to be kidding.

The only person that is boisterous is the man yelling and slamming the gavel when Steve Brown is making a point. There is audio and video of all these meetings that will prove this point. Read More»

3-member majority pull budget shenanigans

We don’t the national news to hear about budget shenanigans and an administration trying to limit public comment; just follow the 3-member majority on the Fayette County Commission.

As reported in The Citizen last week and discussed by the commissioners in Wednesday’s work session, both topics have moved to the forefront and will be discussed again on Thursday, June 9 at the 7 p.m. Board of Commissioners meeting. You should attend. Read More»

Newlin featured at All Saints Anglican’s healing program

All Saints Anglican Church in Peachtree City will offer a two-part healing program on Saturday, June 18. The general public is encouraged to attend.

The first part of the free program is a three-hour seminar beginning at 9 a.m. The seminar covers the basics of healing and provides important knowledge for those seeking divine healing, to include a Bible study on the subject.

The second part of the program, will be in the evening at 7 p.m. It is entitled “a Miracle Healing Service.” Read More»

Cutting the ribbon at Panera Bread

Cutting the ribbon at Panera Bread

Larry Underwood, Operation Partner of the Panera Bread Company in Peachtree City, Stephanie Moore and Anastasia Held hold the scissors while members of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce look on at a recent ribbon cutting at Panera Bread Company in Peachtree City. They are located in the Kedron Shopping Center in Peachtree City. Photo/Special.

Mrs. Palma Fiorino, 79, of Peachtree City

Mrs. Palma Fiorino, 79, of Peachtree City, GA passed away June 6, 2011.

She was born in Bloomsbury, NJ and was the daughter of the late Gaetano Vicari & Vincenza DiMaggio Vicari. Mrs. Fiorino was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Read More»

Flicks at 'The Fred' June 11

'How to Train Your Dragon' on the big screen

Bring the family out for a free movie under the stars as Dolce Hotels and Resorts presents “How To Train Your Dragon” Saturday, June 11 at ‘The Fred’ Amphitheater in Peachtree City, located at 201 McIntosh Trail. Gates will open at 8 p.m., with the movie starting at sundown, which is approximately 9 p.m.. There will be games, contests, face painting and more so make sure you come early! Chick-Fil-A will also be available for purchase. Flicks @ The Fred is a free event, and no tickets are needed. Read More»

PTC girl, 9, drowns in Chattahoochee

A 9-year-old Peachtree City girl died Friday afternoon when she drowned while riding an inner tube in the Chattahoochee River in Forsyth County, officials said.

The victim was identified as Anna Vanhorn by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office. She was reported missing on the river just after 4:30 p.m. Friday, officials said.

When water rescue teams found Vanhorn, she was about eight feet underwater with her life preserver on, said Capt. Jason Shivers with the Forsyth County Fire Department. Read More»

PTC Council to keep meeting recordings

The Peachtree City Council has elected to keep the digital recordings of its meeting indefinitely.

Their decision Thursday night was a switch from the recommendation by city staff, which was to have the recordings ditched after one year. The Georgia Secretary of State’s office recommends they be purged after the minutes for that meeting are approved, according to Administrative Services Director Nikki Vrana.

Councilman Eric Imker said it’s not much trouble for the city to keep them indefinitely, just the cost of digital storage. Read More»

PTC cranks up golf cart registration

Deadline is Oct. 31; online option new this year

They lined up at City Hall early Wednesday morning. They weren’t there for free tickets to the next Justin Bieber concert or anything quite so trendy. Those residents sought a possession of more sentimental value: a new golf cart decal with a low number. Read More»